Holistic Massage : 

The term "holistic" derives from the ancient Greek word "holos," which means "whole." By definition, holistic massage treats the whole of the body as a single unity

Holistic massage is an ancient method of healing that clears the lymphatic drainage system and releases toxins from the body. By recognizing that illness and stress affects not only our physical but also our emotional, spiritual and mental well-being, holistic massage allows the body's natural healing abilities to come forth and balance the entire body as a whole.

Holistic massage techniques have been used for thousands of years in Indian, Egypt, and China. Ayurveda, an ancient Indian healing system, and uses the therapeutic benefits of massage combined with plant extracts, spices and aromatic oils.


It begins with pressure on reflexology points and energy points (Marma points) are pressed with fingers to activate whole organs. There are four main massage techniques used in holistic massage. Effleurage involves stroking movements; Petrissage is a technique that resembles kneading the muscles; tapotement includes cupping movements and hacking; and vibrational movements are created using the fingers. Lymphatic drainage techniques are used to improve the blood and lymph circulation all around body.


 Holistic massage can lead to better circulation, less physical tension and deeper breathing, which oxygenates the entire body. There are also many emotional and mental benefits from holistic massage 

  • Reduces overall stress & anxiety
  • Increases energy levels
  • Increases mental clarity
  • Alleviates muscular tension & stiffness
  • Increases mobility & flexibility
  • Encourages better circulation
  • Encourages deeper & more efficient breathing
  • Improves skin elasticity
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Balances the digestive system
  • Promotes general relaxation
  • Improves sleep pattern

Who can Benefit from Massage Therapy

  • People of all ages enjoy healthy touch including infants, children & seniors
  • People under stress
  • People who sit or stand for long periods of time
  • Athletes
  • Mother after delivery of baby.
  • Seniors who wants to maintain their health
  • People who can’t workout (Exercise)
  • Anyone desiring improved health and feelings of well-being

 Homecare Advice after the massage

  • Drink plenty of water / herbal teas to help flush out toxins.
  • Relax / rest as this allows the treatment to continue working positively
  • Eat light meal including fruits and salad
  • Avoid alcohol